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    Here's the tangle that might be new. I looked for similar tangles, but didn't find any. If you know of one or more please let me know. I think it looks like a chevron, and it reminds me of an apron, but in the spirit of zendala (no known object) I decided to call it Flubber Ducky, if it's truly my own tangle. The reason is it was the result of trying to draw flying geese which I flubbed up royally, and it's certainly not a goose, so I thought, how about Flubber Ducky. Easy to draw. If it's really new, it's my first original tangle, made because "there's no such thing as a mistake in zentangles". LOL!

    Ana Navas, donna.gonzalez74, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. nolansmanned (Fi to my friends) :@) 35 months ago | reply

      Lol. Well done you. Have to admit I've seen similar, but not this. I'm sure the official "Zentanglers" out there will know. Good job. :@) Fi

    2. LindaMariestamps 35 months ago | reply

      I decided to send it to Linda Farmer to see what she had to say. I have no axe to grind, and won't mind if it isn't really new, but I just want to know, one way or the other. Had no intent to draw a new tangle, just flubbed one, and thought it might be new.

    3. molossus, who says Life Imitates Doodles 35 months ago | reply

      It is similar to many, though most of the ones I can think of add a step or two. It gets hard to remember with over 2000 patterns out there. These days I almost always assume I've created a tangleation of something, lol.

    4. LindaMariestamps 35 months ago | reply

      Well Linda Farmer says it's a tangleation of Flying Geese, which I haven't found yet. It's not in her 'official" list of tangles. But I'm going to call it Flubber Ducky anyway, lol. Thanks, Sandra for inviting me to put it in your Freehand doodle patterns.

    5. SusanHS1 35 months ago | reply

      I like your variations...here's a link to Flying Geese.

      tanglepatterns.com/2011/11/how-to-draw-flying-geese.html

    6. Paint Chip 35 months ago | reply

      Way to go with creating your own version. I'll add it to our pattern library at LineWeaving.com Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

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